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I have confirmed that by not resolving the situation with Mordin's assistant Daniel, Shepard is engaged by 3 Batarians and not 2.AdmiralPedro1stFleet 03:36, July 6, 2010 (UTC)


Hey, I was just wondering, how come an article like this one is a stub, when adding the only other information that is not located on the article(namely the conversation part and how you can influence conversational outcome) is considered irrelevant? Doesn't that make this article complete?--Sjoerdje131 17:47, February 13, 2011 (UTC)

And how does that relate to tactics to defeat them? The tactics section is for detailing how to fight the enemy, what their tactics are, and how to win. Not now to avoid the fight, which is also noted in different and much more appropriate places. Lancer1289 17:50, February 13, 2011 (UTC)
Well, as you can see I'm new to this whole wikia editing etcetera, just trying to help. Reason I edited it was because I didn't see it was in any section, other than stub. Where can I see in what section it is stated? All I see is that it's about the batarian enemy. My little piece was also simply stated in the main part of the article, not the tactic part more below. So again, my apologies for misinterpreting the meaning of this article but where does it state that it's a tactics section? --Sjoerdje131 17:59, February 13, 2011 (UTC)
I thought it was in the tactics section so that is my mistake. However, even then it is irrelevant as it is walkthrough information, and walkthrough information doesn’t have a place in this type of article outside the tactics section for a good reason. Also note that Paragon/Renegade points belong in the Morality Guides not in general articles. The information you added is more appropriate in the Dossier: The Professor article, which it already is. Lancer1289 18:04, February 13, 2011 (UTC)
Noted, thanks for the heads up and giving me a better insight on the workings here.--Sjoerdje131 18:10, February 13, 2011 (UTC)
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